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- Free High-Speed Internet
- Wheelchair accessibility
- Free parking
- Kids activities or Babysitting
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... sit in which seat and again blocking the aisle; haven't finished with these yet, they then got up five minutes before Milan moved away from where they were seated and blocked others from getting their bags down while banging some poor woman in the head with their Gucci bag! Meanwhile I'm fuming, feel crook and now Relle is cranky with me! Lucca could not come quick enough but then the B&B is very old, very small and filled with antique personal ...
Sunny and hot After our marathon day in the car yesterday, we had another one ahead of us today, but on trains this time. We awoke at about 7.30 am after crashing at 10.0 pm the night before. Jack said he was asleep before his head hit the pillow and I don't doubt it for a moment. He had done a great job driving us through Provence; virtually being the driver and the Navigator the whole time because I am absolutely useless at reading maps. And ...
... day peppered by retreats into eating houses to shelter from the rain...tried the local specialty: spelt wheat and bean soup: very filling, but not so exciting: rabbit was better. I also love the local custom of serving aperitivo when you order a glass of wine from a bar: usually comprises chips and olives, and sometimes a little cheese, stuffed peppers... Good value for one, that plus a €2 slice of pizza did me for tea... Oh and the prosecco that went with it!
... there are tables and chairs on two levels and an outside bar. The views of Florence from this area are stunning and 360 degree. We sat and chatted with Americans and Norwegians and said things like: you could look at this view every day for a year and still see something you hadn't noticed before. Despite gentle pressure not to, Shay and Jess decided to go nite clubbing last night. The gentle pressure was flatly rejected and ...
... done up as it would have been in renaissance time although we were too late, it was closed.
Back at Lucca there was a meal waiting of Liguarian risotto that Christina had cooked and a lasagne that Marco had made using our leftover meat from the pies. We ate the dinner on top of the wall on a park bench as the sun slowly set. While we were eating Marco had a call from one of his friends that lived close by and he invited him to join ...